By: Christian Lengkeek At five o’clock on a Sunday, I met with Tiger Winston in Baird Library where we talked for over an hour. I highly doubt my ability to capture that whole hour accurately in a few hundred words, so this will be only a shadow of the color […]
Come Talk with Us: A sneak peek of the upcoming Windows of the World talk about Christian and Muslim faith.
By: Jennie Brouse On February 9 and 10, Eastern University will be hosting Pastor Kevin Brown and Imam Idris Abdul-Zahir for a discussions on how to “Promote Multifaith Relationships on a Christian College Campus.” Pastor Kevin Brown and Imam Idris Abdul-Zahir will have a conversation about Christian-Muslim friendship in a […]
By: Lenora Kirkland As the war in Ukraine persists, international support continues to rise as citizens of the world join the Ukrainian people in mourning the devastating effects of this year-long conflict. Despite daunting circumstances Ukrainians continue to fight against Russian advancements, exhibiting resilience that has been globally recognized and […]
Laos and the Cold War Legacy: The country of Laos continues to combat the aftermath of cold war conflict
By: Lenora Kirkland Laos is a small country in Southeast Asia, home to a population of just 7.4 million people. It’s also the most bombed country, per capita, in world history. The Cold War brought about numerous conflicts abroad, as the United States and its allies rallied around fierce anti-communist […]
First Grader Shoots Teacher: A glimpse into the unusual case of a six-year-old bringing and wielding a gun on school grounds.
By: Lenora Kirkland On Jan. 6, 2023, another school shooting made national headlines, only this time, the perpetrator was a six-year-old boy. The incident occurred in a first-grade classroom at Richneck Elementary School located in Newport News, Virginia. The student in question found the weapon in his home, brought it […]
By: Hannah Bonanducci It was a chilling scene at the Cincinnati Bengals football stadium on January 2 for both fans and players alike; after taking a hit square in the chest from Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins, Buffalo Bills’ safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field and was taken away […]
By: Jayme Fisher Have you heard of the great cheese roll? The great cheese roll is an extreme sport over in England where a wheel of cheese is rolled down a hill while competitors run down it to try and beat the cheese wheel to the bottom. Zorbing, this issue’s […]
By: Marin Dremock According to the Golf Channel, in past editions of the USGA’s Rules of Golf, the “Modified Rules for Players with Disabilities” had always been separate from the official Rules of Golf. These rules were placed under the Local Rules section, leaving it up to the committee of […]
Inside the Lives of Sport Spouses: TikTok reveals a lot, good and bad about being the wife or husband of a pro athelete
By: Jennie Brouse A newer trend on TikTok is bringing sports fans and non-sports fans together in a mutual love of an underrated aspect of sports: sports spouses, and more specifically, Allison Kuch, wife of football player Isaac Rochell. The rise of athletes’ spouses on social media platforms allows sports […]
By: Will Cunningham Basketball is back at the Nest, and your Eagles haven’t seemed to skip a beat in the eight months without a home game. Men’s basketball lived up to its expectations on Nov. 15, putting on a clinic against Cabrini in an 86-57 victory. As I took a […]